Figure sexy cowgirl "Jody"

3D printable Figure of "Jody" the cowgirl

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The figure "sexy Cowgirl" represents a busty cowgirl, with all that belongs to it. Cowboy boots, cowboy hat, jeans and of course a revolver in the holster.

a very easy to print model because it consists of only a single volume. the only important thing is that the model is sufficiently supported during printing.
All wall thicknesses are optimized for printing with 0.4mm nozzles !!

More figures here:
https://www.printable-3d-models.com/de/3d-druckvorlagen/figuren/sexy-girls/

Now, have fun with "Jody"

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D8f8dfba50c6267818434e9a280dd56f?default=blank&size=40Bill Gates added this to the Figures collection ago
885557c04f8d255fa4b9e476f3e740bb?default=blank&size=40NicholasCLewis added this to the Things to print collection ago
Mini dampflokfest n rdlingen 049MrCadillacsts published this design ago
Mini dampflokfest n rdlingen 049MrCadillacsts commented ago

Hallo Minihawk,

du hast recht, die Figur muss stehend gedruckt werden. Generell gilt bei Figuren: Modelle immer so auf der Builtplate positionieren, wie sie nachher auch genutzt werden sollen. Die Figur wird nach dem Druck aufrecht im Regal oder auf dem Tisch stehen und so sollte sie auch gedruckt werden. Das verhindert, daß die Anbindungsstellen der Support Struktur im sichtbereich liegen und man dann stundenlang das Modell mit dem Schleifpapier bearbeiten muß um es einigermaßen ansehnlich zu bekommen.

Grüsse

MrCadillacsts

9552b1243fd9ef18497f883d7a62e68e?default=blank&size=40Minihawk commented ago

Hallo Mr. Cadillacsts,

druckst du das Modell wirklich liegend aus (so wie es geladen wird) oder drehst du es, so dass es senkrecht steht. Liegend macht meiner Meinung nach wenig Sinn, da der Rücken den Boden gar nicht berührt und Cura aber dort keinen Support generiert.

9552b1243fd9ef18497f883d7a62e68e?default=blank&size=40Minihawk commented ago

Hello MrCadillacsts,

thanks for this answer, will give it a try, just starteing my cura :)

Mini dampflokfest n rdlingen 049MrCadillacsts commented ago

Hello minihawk,

I use cura exclusively. To print a figure like "Jody", the following settings should be adjusted. First you have to put cura into the expert mode. Under "Expert" activate the function "switch to full settings". Now you can make different settings under "Basics".

Layer hight: 0.1mm

Shell thickness: 0.8mm

Bottom / top thickness: 0.8mm

Fill density: 20% (the hollow parts of the figure are filled with a grid)

Print speed: 50 mm / s

Support type: everywhere

Platform adhesion type: none or brim

Nozzle size: here you give the nozzle size of your printer, probably 0.4mm.

Now you go to Expert / open expert settings.

Under support you have to make the following settings:

Structure type: lines

Fill amount: 30%

Under "fix horrible" the function "combine everything (type A) has to be activated.

Now a successful print of the figure should be possible. The printer will take about 17 hours to complete the figure.

I hope this description helps you!

9552b1243fd9ef18497f883d7a62e68e?default=blank&size=40Minihawk commented ago

I am relatively new to 3d-printing, done nice things with it... But i am very n ew to printing with support. I have a printer with one nozzle, so the support is to be printed with the same material and color. I have some slicers in my suitcase, cura, slic3r and kisslicer (perhaps some more) and its hard to define the support to get such a model printed with a support that can be removed easily.

Do you have a recommendation for a slicer and its support settings using one extruder?

Thanks a lot, Minihawk